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Adam Bronstone, PhD

Adam Bronstone holds a doctorate from the University of Hull in Britain, with a specialization in International Relations. Adam has written several books with respect to transatlantic issues including political economics and security. His current research revolves around issues of place and identity as they relate to modern-day technologically connected world that we live in. Dr. Bronstone has taught at several universities in Britain, Canada and the United States. Adam will also be working with the Model United Nations group ion campus, as he has many fond memories of his time as a Model UN participant as a student.




PhD, International Relations, University of Hull, 1995

MA, International Relations, York University, 1991

BA, Political Science, University of Manitoba 1990

Courses Taught

Introduction to Politics, Comparative Politics, European Union Politics, International Relations

Research Interests

International trade and international relations; Institutional and political-economic development of the European Union; European-U.S. financial developments and governmental trade disputes; Theories of International Relations

Selected Publications

People, Places and Global Order, Routledge, 2019.

European Security in the 21st Century: Beyond International Relations Theory, Ashgate Publishers, 2001.  

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development: The Building of a Bank for  Central East Europe, Manchester University Press, 1999.

European Union - United States Security Relations, St. Martin’s Press, 1998.